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Housing News: Tidbits From Last Week

The smart home of the future will be all about Telehealth.  As the population ages, smart home trends will reflect new devices, falling under the telehealth umbrella, designed for the elderly, especially when it comes to their health and independence. 56 more words

Housing Economics

Telemedicine Consultations and Wearable Tech Sales to Escalate in 2015

Telemedicine Consultations and Wearable Tech Sales to Escalate in 2015
Healthcare Global | Stephanie Ocano

The number of doctor-patient video consultations in the United States will almost triple over the next year, according to research from Parks Associates. 275 more words

Doctor Access

Electronic Healthcare

UCLA-Backed mHealth Clinical Trial Shows Promise in Improving Women’s Health and Wellness

, California Healthline, Friday, December 5, 2014

Preliminary results from a UCLA-backed clinical trial involving 40 young black women show promise for fitness and diet tracking smartphone applications to improve blood pressure and cholesterol levels, eating and exercise habits and to reduce levels of anxiety and stress. 52 more words

Nurses Notes

New publication: WeTelemed, the global network of women in telemedicine

The International Journal of Bioethics has recently put together a special issue on Telemedicine.  It includes the article of Dr. Véronique Inès Thouvenot , head of WeObservatory, on the global network of women in telemedicine… 108 more words

Telemedicine

Software glitches: Are you keeping your head cool?

Healthcare around the world is plagued by software problems. To give just a few examples:

Issues with the Obamacare website caused user frustration, but also security breaches. 1,032 more words

PCEHR

Telehealth and its impact on patient relationships

Blog post by Colin Hung

If you scan the healthcare technology headlines these days, it is easy to tell where all the glitz and glamour is – … 1,314 more words

Healthcare Leadership

Telehealth and the Human Factor

“Telemedicine is about human interaction and the content. It is not about the technology. Telemedicine only succeeds when barriers are addressed and overcome.” – Dr. Michael Sullivan… 697 more words